FRBC Response to the Coronavirus

FRBC Covid Guidelines – As of October 2020

Starting Sunday, October 18th, FRBC returns to full Sunday ministries, with in-person Sunday School at 9:45am, morning worship at 11am, and evening meetings (depending on the week) at 5pm.

PLEASE NOTE: We are aware that the SARS-CoV-2 virus is still active in the Delaware County area and there are reports of increased cases. FRBC cannot guarantee that participants in FRBC programs will not become infected with COVID-19. Participation could increase the risk of contracting COVID-19. (According to the CDC, the currently estimated survival rate is 99.997% for ages 0-19, 99.98% for ages 20-49, 99.5% for ages 50-69, and 94.6% for ages 70+.)

We are observing the following social distancing protocols:

  • Masks are currently required for worship in the Sanctuary, in the downstairs hallways and bathrooms, and at the front (street side) entrance (which is a health security entrance).
  • Masks are currently voluntary for worship in the Fellowship Hall and in the basement overflow room.
  • Children will be asked to wear masks when going to their Sunday School classroom, but will be allowed to remove their masks during Sunday School.
  • Adult Sunday School will have mask seating in the back of the sanctuary, mask optional towards the front.
  • Children’s classes will require a temperature check before entry.
  • Sanitizing stations are available throughout the building.

Parents, please note the following locations for your kids’ classes…

  • Young 2-3 year olds: Room 3 (Children’s Church room)
  • Older 3-5 year olds: Room 2
  • K – 2nd Grade: Room 6
  • 3rd – 5th Grade: Room 5
  • Middle School: Unpartitioned ramp rooms 7/8
  • High School: Fellowship Hall

Personal health protocols…

  1. Stay home if health compromised or vulnerable; uncomfortable of gathering.
  2. Stay home if you or anyone in your household has had a fever or has been sick since the previous Sunday.
  3. Maintain social distance with anyone outside of your own household.
  4. Wash hands and use sanitizer stations.
  5. During service, parents should keep children with you and escort those under 8 to the bathroom.